Gina Lollobrigida, who died on January 16, is bid farewell in Rome
ROME, January 18 – RIA Novosti. Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida, who died Monday at the age of 96, said goodbye to Rome’s Capitoline Hill, RIA Novosti correspondent reported.
A memorial service was held in the Hall of Busts, one of the halls of the Capitoline Museums. At around ten local time, Rome’s mayor, Roberto Gualtieri, was among the first to bid farewell to the great player.
In the room, richly decorated with flowers, there is a large TV screen that broadcasts movie clips with the participation of Lollobrigida. There are two photographs on the sides of the closed coffin, where the body of the actor is located. Recently, his son Andrea offers his condolences.
The actress’s funeral will be held on Thursday in the church in the central Roman square, Piazza del Popolo. He will be buried in his hometown of Subiaco, near Rome, where local authorities have prepared a mausoleum for him.
Lollobrigida, whose film career began in 1946, lived until recently in her villa on the Appian Way in Rome. For moviegoers, she is best known for her roles in “Fanfan-Tulip” and “Notre Dame Cathedral”.
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